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Chinese film, actress win awards at Chicago festival
Chinese filmmaker Jia Zhangke's latest film "Ash Is Purest White" won the Silver Hugo for Best Director at the ongoing 54th Chicago International Film Festival (CIFF) at AMC River East 21 in the U.S. state of Illinois on Friday.
'The Delegation' wins Grand Prix at Warsaw Int'l Film Festival
​"The Delegation" directed by Albania's Bujar Alimani won the Grand Prix of the 34th Warsaw International Film Festival, which concluded here Saturday.
Movies put in spotlight at forum
Cinema, which has a unique charm that carries it beyond borders, was one of the most highlighted themes during the annual conference of the Taihu World Cultural Forum.
Beijing Film Night held in India
​Beijing Film Night has been held at the National Center for Performing Art in Mumbai, an initiative to boost wider cultural exchanges between China and India.
Rome Film Fest kicks off with lavish noir 'Bad Times'
​The 9th edition of the Rome Film Festival kicked off Thursday with a screening of Bad Times at the El Royale, a lavish film noir by American writer/director Drew Goddard.
Heritage cinema in London's West End wins protection
​The Empire Cinema, one of the heritage cinemas in London's West End, was Wednesday granted official protection to ensure it survives, the campaign group Save Britain's Heritage (SAVE) said Wednesday.
Kobe Bryant removed from film festival jury
Retired NBA superstar Kobe Bryant has been removed from the upcoming Animation Is Film (AIF) Festival over his 2003 sexual assault allegation amid ongoing "Me too" Movement.
'Project Gutenberg' continues to lead Chinese box office
Crime thriller Project Gutenberg continued to lead the Chinese box office in the week ending on Oct 14, earning about 256 million yuan ($37 million), China Film News reported Tuesday.
TV soap opera portrayal of filial piety splits viewers
A TV soap opera has split viewers in an apparent reflection of evolving views on womanhood and patriarchy in modern Chinese society. 
Film, TV firms draw attention in Cannes
China's entertainment industry is enjoying the limelight as the nation boosts the international profile of its programming at a global trade fair for the television and film industry in Cannes, France.
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